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Review for Valley Veterans Service Center, Hamilton, MT, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

The VVSC and the Ravalli County Veteran Service Officers Mike Warner and Dan Griffin is leading the way into the 21st century with their technological advances in veteran claim processing. Their system is probably 90% digital and paperless.

They have shown great initiative and intuition by partnering with the Missoula Ravalli Transportation Association to provide services to veterans where they live and get them to the services they need.

The use of VA Work Study college students and Trapper Creek Job Corps students for no-cost administrative assistance while giving the students opportunities to gain work experience is a win-win.

The office staff and board of directors has also built strong relationships with the Bitterroot Job Service, Bitterroot College, Sapphire Community Clinic and several local service organizations.

The VVSC is truly a leader in community based veteran services.

Role:  General Member of the Public
 

Review for BITTER ROOT RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA INCORPORATED, Hamilton, MT, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Since 2000 the Bitter Root RC&D has done tremendous work in Ravalli, Mineral and Missoula Counties, MT in the wildland urban interface to reduce the risk of wildland fires, protect property and the lives of fire fighters.

Their fiscal sponsorship has incubated many successful nonprofit organization like the Clark Fork Coalition, Bitterroot Water Forum and the Bitterroot Land Trust.

I am excited about the work of the Bitterroot Collective Impact facilitating efforts to end homelessness and alleviate housing insecurity in Ravalli County.

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for OSD, Austin, TX, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

As you can see in the photo the effect of the Supply Drop to the Valley Veterans Service Center (VVSC) in Hamilton, Montana was immediate. The VVSC serves over 5,200 veterans and their families in rural Montana where services and opportunities for fun are often out of reach.

Thank you Operation Supply Drop for "bringing fun where there is none."

Role:  Board Member